Taylor Swift goes house hunting in Greenwich Villlage.
Taylor Swift is on the hunt and this time it's not for a man — but a Manhattan address.
The “I Knew You Were Trouble” singer has been viewing apartments in Greenwich Village, looking to buy a downtown crash pad, Confidenti@l has exclusively learned.
Renowned man-eater Swift, 24, spent Wednesday viewing a number of properties including a $12 million Leroy St. townhouse that was previously owned by “West Side Story” writer Arthur Laurents.
The playwright died in 2011, and his estate sold the property the following year for $10 million. It’s now back on the market for $2 million more, and our spies caught Swift walking through the 1850s four-bedroom redbrick beauty.